Tuesday, August 22, 2017

SHOPPING OUR STASH #317 - Wood is Good


Hello crafty peeps and welcome!

This week at
we want to see some kind of wood or woodgrain on your projects!

I've have these wooden word bubbles for about a year, sitting, lonely,
waiting to be used, and this was the perfect time to!


My card is based off of Freshly Made Sketch #299 (yes, I was working ahead)
I painted the word bubble with Forest Moss Distress Paint (DP), then went over the edges lightly with  Vintage Photo DP.  While that was drying, I added the strips of paper to the main panel, then
embossed it with that cool embossing folder. I did finish the inside, but I've used
my favorite swear word on it, so I've left that pic out. LOL!

So now it's your turn! Break out those wooden embellies, the woodgrain paper, 
that woodgrain embossing folder and have some fun! Be sure to link up your
project at Shopping Our Stash so we can check it out!
Thanks for visiting and I hope you have a great day!


Supplies:
Stamps: Paper Issues - Freaking Sentiments (on the inside)
Ink: Memento - Bamboo Leaves, Nautical Blue
DP: Basic Grey - South Pacific
CS: Bazzill, Recollections
Accessories: Recollections - wooden OMG word bubble; GC; Sizzix/TH - Steampunk EF; 
Ranger Distress Paint - Forest Moss & Vintage Photo; paint brush; MISTI
Adhesives: SA by 3L - tape runner; Ranger - Multi Medium Matte

6 comments:

  1. Love the texture and the layout and how you popped on the strips of the map before embossing...great ! Intrigued about the 'word' on the inside x

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  2. omg! this is flippin' FAB-u-LOUS!!! <3

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  3. Awesome card, love the texture and the design. great use of the wood bubble!!!

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  4. Definitely about time to break out those wooden speech bubbles! Fun! Fab design, too.

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  5. I love the background technique of embossing multiple papers... Looks so cool! Great card, Chris.

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